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Featured Non-Profits of the Month in Highland Park

         
Folds of Honor       Folds of Honor has grown from a vision into a movement. This folded flag is a constant reminder of those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. It inspires us to help equip and educate their loved ones in need of our support. Thank you for embracing the call. Click here to learn more.
         
NS LAC       We provide accessible, quality pro-bono legal services in the areas of immigration, domestic violence, and housing to give those in need of access to justice the opportunity to live productive and secure lives. Click here to learn more.
         
         

Featured Organization of the Month in Northbrook

         
FBHP       We share in your vision to shape, define and strengthen local non-profits. Our directors, officers and staff give their time, talent and expertise by serving on the boards and committees of local non-profit organizations throughout Lake and Cook Counties. Click here to read our 2020 Community Impact Statement.
         
         
         

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR ART WALL IN SKOKIE.

 
If you would like to apply for your organization to be featured, please contact Laura Kelly at LKelly@firstbankhp.com. 

 


Ruth Fell Wander Community Art Wall

Ruth Fell Wander served on First Bank of Highland Park’s Board of Directors from 1987 until 2002. Her contributions wereRuth Fell Wander invaluable; she brought her endless energy, creativity and intelligence to the many committees that she participated on throughout her tenure.

In addition to her commitment to First Bank of Highland Park, Ruth also devoted her time and talents to several philanthropic communities and civic organizations including the City  of Highland Park’s Business and Economic Development Commission, the National Council of Jewish Women, and the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago.

Additionally, she served as President of the League of Women Voters of Highland Park, and was a member of the Board of Directors of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture.

Ruth appreciated and loved the arts and her home was an expansive gallery of beautiful artwork. She also served as President of Highland Park Associates of The Art Institute of Chicago.

Ruth passed away on February 13, 2002. It is with great pride and respect that this Art Wall is dedicated to such an outstanding individual whose contributions to our bank and community will be felt for many generations to come.

Featured Non-Profit of the Month in Skokie

         
         
Meals on Wheels       Meals on Wheels Northeastern Illinois fosters health and contributes to the individual well-being and independence by delivering nutritious meals and medically prescribed diets and by providing other supportive services to the home-bound, elderly, disabled, and persons temporarily unable to care for their nutritional needs. Click here to learn more.
         
         

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR ART WALLS IN HIGHLAND PARK AND NORTHBROOK.

 
If you would like to apply for your organization to be featured, please contact Laura Kelly at LKelly@firstbankhp.com. 

 

Community Involvement

We share in your vision to shape, define and strengthen local non-profits. Our directors, officers and staff give their time, talent and expertise by serving on the boards and committees of local non-profit organizations throughout Lake and Cook Counties.

2020 Impact Statement

CLICK HERE TO READ OUR 2020 COMMUNITY IMPACT STATEMENT

 

 

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